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Summer Screen: Fast Five
July 4th
Pee Wee's
Big Adventure
of Pi

NoMa Summer Screen Continues!

NoMa Summer Screen is at it again! We've had an awesome time so far this season, and we're ready for more with tonight's screening of Fast Five. Head on over to NoMa Junction @ Storey Park (1005 First Street NE) tonight, June 29, at sunset for some action packed fun! The NoMa BID and 2016 NoMa Summer Screen sponsor, REI, invite you to enjoy movie adventures every Wednesday night from June 1 - August 24. 

All movies, including Family Film Nights, will be shown at NoMa Junction @ Storey Park. Films start at sunset but arrive early to enjoy food trucks, music, games and giveaways. All NoMa BID events are free and open to the public.

Happy viewing!

Summer Screen 2016
June 29: Fast Five

July 6: Pee Wee's Big Adventure
July 13: Life of Pi
July 20: O Brother, Where Art Thou?
July 27: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

August 3: Apollo 13
August 10: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
August 17: Jurassic Park
August 24: Rain Date (Film TBD)

July 4th Bash is Less Than a Week Away

Celebrate our nation’s independence at NoMa’s July 4th Bash on Monday, July 4, 2016. Come with your family, friends, and neighbors and enjoy a live bluegrass band (King Street Bluegrass), moon bounces, face-painting, and more!  Free hamburgers, hotdogs, and watermelon will be available for the first 200 people, courtesy of NoMa’s Harris Teeter.

When: Monday, July 4 from 4-7 PM
Where: NoMa Junction @ Storey Park (1005 First Street, NE)
What: Free neighborhood party!

July's Family Film Night: Up

Bring the kiddos out for Family Film Night the third Tuesday of each month. On July 19, we'll be showing Up! Gear up with Russle in an adventure that is out of this world.

We've changed location this year, so don't forget that all movies, including Family Film Nights, will be shown at NoMa Junction @ Storey Park. Films start at sunset but arrive early to enjoy food trucks, music, games and giveaways. All NoMa BID events are free and open to the public.

Family Film Night
June 21: Home
July 19: Up
August 16: Zootopia

REI United Outside

As summer keeps heating up, REI is finding new and exciting ways for people stay active and engaged outside. In honor of the REI DC flagship store opening in NoMa this fall, they promise 100 days of outdoor recess dedicated to the belief that in the outdoors we can all find common ground. Join them for these fun events, including DC Free Weekend filled with Capital Bikeshare rentals, Key Bridge Boathouse rentals, a variety of REI Outdoor School classes & outings, entry to C&O Canal National Historic Park at Great Falls Tavern and more. You can find detailed information and registration for Free Weekend and all of the other REI events at

aCreativeDC: IRL Street Gallery

In celebration of the #aCreativeDC feed hitting a quarter million tags on Instagram, the A Creative DC team installed an outdoor insta-gallery in NoMa. Their IRL (In Real Life) street gallery features the work of 16 artists/photographers/contributors/influencers. Stop by NoMa Junction @ Storey Park (1005 First Street NE) during the next few weeks to see this awesome exhibit. For more information and a closer not IRL look at the gallery, click here.
Our New Summer Intern!

Join us in giving a warm welcome to our newest addition to the NoMa BID family, our summer intern Rhonda Carter. Rhonda comes to us via the DC Police Foundation's Classroom to Careers program and will be working with us over the rest of the summer. A DC native, Rhonda is a current sophomore at Old Dominion University. When taking a break from majoring in Criminal Justice, Rhonda likes to read books and spend time with her friends. We are so thrilled to have her as a part of our team. Please be sure to say "Hi!” if you see her around the neighborhood!

Prime Eckington Lot Last Sold in 1930 Hits the Market

Development is booming in the greater NoMa area. After roughly 85 years of being in the hands of Herson Brothers Property LP, an .85-acre lot in Eckington is for sale. The property is less than two blocks from The Gale, the future Eckington Yards, and the future NoMa Green! Read more here.
NoMa by the Numbers

Job growth for the region has rebounded from sequestration. The year-over-year growth rate for the Washington metropolitan area is now above the national growth rate. Direct federal employment is still below its 2013 levels for the District of Columbia, but it is no longer a drag on job growth.


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